Piano Spheres Launches The Composers Circle

The Composers Circle – 100 X 100 – recognizes the centenary of Piano Spheres founder Leonard Stein. To to find out more about The Composers Circle, and to join, click here.

Next Piano Spheres concert:

Mark Robson – Natural Durations
January 10 REDCAT at Disney Hall, 8:30 pm
Click here for program.


Deconstructions: The Leonard Stein Centenary Season

bettyfreeman-stein_vertical_bwPiano Spheres, the contemporary music Los Angeles institution, begins its 23rd season at REDCAT on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 with guest artist and Grammy® nominated pianist Aron Kallay’s concert titled, “I’m worried now… but, I won’t be worried long.”   The season continues at REDCAT January 10, 2017 with Mark Robson, January 31 with Vicki Ray, and April 25 with Susan Svrček. May 23, 2017, HOCKET piano duo, our Satellite Artists this season, will be at Colburn’s ZIPPER HALL.

“Deconstruction” refers to a critical dismantling of tradition and traditional modes of thought which the Piano Spheres artists apply this season to the piano repertoire and the recital. Inspired by the exploring and visionary mind of Piano Spheres founder, Leonard Stein, the season will celebrate his catalyzing genius and generous mentorship.

Season subscriptions including full series, senior pricing, and a 3-concert choose-your-own series are available for purchase here with PayPal.

October 4: Aron Kallay: I’m worried now…but, I won’t be worried long; 8:30pm REDCAT
January 10: Mark Robson: Natural Durations; 8:30pm REDCAT
January 31: Vicki Ray and Friends: Dream Teams; 8:30pm REDCAT
April 25: Susan Svrček: For Spring; 8:30pm REDCAT
May 23: HOCKET piano duo: Strange Aeons; 8:00pm ZIPPER CONCERT HALL

Photo: Betty Freeman


Piano Spheres is a nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible. Your contribution will ensure the continuation of this unique series of performances and aid in the commissioning of new works for the piano. Click here to find out more about how your donation can help and what your benefits as a donor will be.

Piano Spheres also gratefully acknowledges support from the Aaron Copland Fund for Music and the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation.